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Man who shook hands with Sepp Blatter apologises ‘for causing offence’

a simple gesture of respect and reconciliation, leaving the other hand free to accept cashA man who yesterday shook hands with embattled FIFA president Sepp Blatter has sought to downplay the significance of his actions and apologise for any offence he may have caused.

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Posted: Nov 19th, 2011
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Man Utd and Chelsea set to go head to head for ‘the next next next Pelé’

14 year-old Sao Paulo academy player Junior dos Santos Riviero Lima da Estrada Flagrinho, better known by his nickname Bob, is said to be the subject of interest from both Manchester United and Chelsea after being hailed ‘the next next next Pelé’.

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Posted: Oct 16th, 2011
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Nietzsche earns respect of Joey Barton

Alienated Newcastle footballer Joey Barton has been telling his followers on Twitter of his ‘respect’ for German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche. Scouser Barton has tweeted that the author of Beyond Good and Evil was ‘a real nutter’ who was ‘as hard as Vinnie Jones’. Once dubbed a Nietzschean Antichrist by an Everton fan, Barton claims to [...]

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Posted: Aug 7th, 2011
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One-year countdown begins to world dwile flonking championships in Cowes

hoping for meadal gloryEvent chairman Lord Po said the event was a ‘big moment’ for the 2012 Cowes Flonking Organising Committee (Coflog), adding that 23 million ticket applications had been made by almost 12 people, which showed the Games had ‘higher levels of support than any previous international flonking event’.

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Posted: Jul 27th, 2011
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Norwich City sack manager ahead of next season’s relegation

Delia now learning how to Fry‘After securing promotion last year, the board now has to accept full responsibility for our inevitable relegation next season, so we have decided to sack our manager.’

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Posted: Jun 22nd, 2011
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